Death Angel's Will Carroll has some important dispatches from heaven AND hell, including the fun tidbit that Satan is a woman.
Brothers Ron and Russell Mael are back with their 24th album and show no signs of slowing down. In fact, they want to make music that's more 'provocative and forward-thinking' than ever, they tell Roisin O'Connor
A builders group says Michigan's governor exposed them to enormous fines without going through the proper process, exceeding her authority to respond.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with journalist Conor Duffy about the Australian government's decision to make child care free for parents during the coronavirus pandemic.
New Zealand's PM Jacinda Ardern carries on a live TV interview as an earthquake hits parliament.
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Pakistan head coach and chief selector, Misbah-ul-Haq, has said that pacers will find it extremely difficult to adopt to ICC's new guidelines for resumption of cricket and proposed a mask for the bowlers to ensure they don't end up applying saliva on the ball "instinctively".
The PM's slain brother was not a central figure in the operation, Saul David, on whose book the film '7 Days in Entebbe' was based, tells Haaretz
Justice Department officials say Apple hampered their investigation by refusing to unlock the gunman's iPhones. The case is part of a longstanding debate over national security interests and privacy.
Britain's refusal to seal climate commitments in a new deal with the European Union to govern their relations after Brexit has become a stumbling block in their deadlocked talks and raises the risk of future trade disputes.
You're either with these paintings, or against them: Olmert, Putin, Merkel, Singh, Dalai Lama, among others, inspire Bush's art.
Syria's government seizes assets of Assad cousin Rami Makhlouf
Euro 2020 may have been swept from the calendar due to coronavirus, but UEFA's video-game eTournament version kicks off on Saturday regardless.
Berlin's busiest airport looks set to close on June 15 for at least two months, and perhaps for good if a long-stalled new airport ever actually opens. The measure aims to save money amid ongoing travel bans.
The art prize, which includes a $47,500 cash stipend, was presented to Matan Ben-Cnaan at London's National Portrait Gallery during a ceremony on Tuesday.
CBC News Network's Sunday Scrum panel is your destination for frank discussion and analysis of the week's big Canadian political stories. This week: Our panellists discuss Canada's continuing battle to get the COVID-19 pandemic under control.
Social distancing measures to curb the coronavirus pandemic are boosting broadband usage by up to 50% in Brazil, but may end up delaying the country's fifth-generation mobile network (5G) auction, the head of the country's telecoms watchdog said on Friday.
Dow Chemical's main plant threatened by 'historic' rising water levels
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his rival Abdullah Abdullah signed a power-sharing deal to end a months-long political stalemate, Ghani's spokesman said on Sunday, a step that could smooth efforts to end the country's longrunning war.
The governors of our biggest states know folks need an outlet to give us persepective. That's what sports are. The sooner they return, the better.
The year 2020 was to be a big Beethoven bash, in honor of the composer's 250th birthday. Then came the pandemic. Now the standout events in Ludwig van Beethoven's hometown are being rescheduled for 2021.
An Uber customer on Friday asked a Manhattan federal judge to overturn an arbitration win for the company in a price-fixing case, arguing that the arbitrator only ruled in Uber's favor because he was scared.
Nick Cordero's wife said she's learning that when it comes to her husband being ill "it's one step forward, two steps back."
Finland's long-delayed Olkiluoto 3 (OL3) nuclear reactor was hit by another setback after the nation's safety watchdog reported valve problems in a component involved in the cooling process.
As Boris Johnson announces how the lockdown measures will be eased in the coming weeks, here's everything you need to know about what you can and cannot do
Shooting security guards over wearing masks or brandishing assault rifles isn't just Americans being Americans, it's dangerous thuggery.
France's business elite closed ranks around publishing group Lagardere on Monday with LVMH's Bernard Arnault and Vivendi's Vincent Bollore swooping in to bolster its defences against London-based hedge fund Amber Capital.
As priests from the various Christian sects entered the church, a handful of faithful waited outside for the basilica's church to open for the public
Curling Canada is keeping an icy stare on the upcoming season, trying to come up with every way imaginable to keep the nation's teams at peak performance.
'I can only set our own medical advice and it's not something that we recommend doing,' says PM's spokesman
The German flag carrier says it's close to sealing a €9 billion state rescue deal to help it survive the pandemic. Europe's second-biggest airline grounded 95% of its fleet due to global border and travel curbs.
Teigen says she's 'doing what I can (off Twitter)' to make disappointment known
But he's really good at it.
The White House and the State Department did not provide an "adequate response" to lawmakers' requests for documents related to the firing of the department's inspector general, a congressional aide said on Friday.
Former Today show host called Farrow's reporting 'shoddy'
Golf's return from the coronavirus hiatus brought 2.35m viewers across all platforms
A view of Çağlayan Waterfall, which flows from a height of about 50 meters, is seen in the Black Sea province of Giresun's Şebinkarahisar district. (AA Photo)
Israel offered to recognize newly-founded Bangladesh in 1972. Despite similar independence struggles, the logic of a strategic relationship, and the lack of direct hostilities, they still have no economic, defense or diplomatic ties. It's time for change
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's stay-at-home order was extended through June 12 on Friday. Here's how it will impact sports